Previously heard as a guest vocalist on Connor Evans‘s 2012 cut, This Life, unsigned R&B songstress Bianca Iman makes her first foray into the solo spotlight with Devoted to Me, a freshly-released standout off her latest project. Danny Ware‘s unique boardwork, featuring a spare rhythm section fortified with sampled Native American chants, backs the singer as she ponders whether to let a new man into her life: “Your love is pure, / But I’m just not sure…” Playing the dude in question, guest rapper J-Doe tempts her with visions of all the ”boss-ass sh*t” they could do together. After a listen to this catchy solo debut, are you ready to spend a little more time with Bianca Iman? Those who answer in the affirmative can find plenty more where Devoted to Me came from on the pseudo-self titled Bianca tape, out online as of Tuesday.
Written by richard on 07/3/13
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